Carmen - a French opera by Georges Bizet
Carmen - a song by Anything Box
Carmen - a song by Celine Dion
Carmen - a song by Lush
Carmen - a song by Paula Cole
Carmen - a song by ToTo
Carmen - a song by Tony Orlando and Dawn
Carmen Queasy - a song by Maxim
Goodbye Carmen - a song by Wilson Phillips
They Don't Dance Like Carmen No More - a song by Jimmy Buffett
Tonight Carmen - a song by Marty Robbins
Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego? - a song by Tilt
Carmen Dives In: Star Sisterz (Linda Johns) - The second book in an exciting new series for girl readers. Carmen Dives In is the second book in a new series of real-life adventures written specifically for girls ages 8 and up. Sized to fit the young reader market, the series follows a group of friends who receive mysterious messages and win charms as they grow in confidence. The stories emphasize friendship, empowerment, and self-esteem. Recommended for ages 8-12.
Carmen Learns English (Judy Cox) - Starting school is scary for Carmen, who has just arrived in the U.S. from Mexico, but with the help of la señora Coska, her kind teacher, she starts to learn English. The colorful illustrations, in ink, watercolor, and acrylic paint, show Carmen both happy at home and then struggling with worries at school. Many kids, especially immigrants, will enjoy the non-preachy turnarounds, in which Ms. Coska (whose Spanish is muy terrible) has Carmen teach the other students Spanish, and Carmen tells the class bullies that they are the ones with an accent. Recommended for ages 4-8.
Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (Ann Brashares) - They were just a soft, ordinary pair of thrift-shop jeans until the four girls took turns trying them on--four girls, that is, who are close friends, about to be parted for the summer, with very different sizes and builds, not to mention backgrounds and personalities. Yet the pants settle on each girl's hips perfectly, making her look sexy and long-legged and feel confident as a teenager can feel. "These are magical Pants!" they realize, and so they make a pact to share them equally, to mail them back and forth over the summer from wherever they are. Beautiful, distant Lena is going to Greece to be with her grandparents; strong, athletic Bridget is off to soccer camp in Baja, California; hot-tempered Carmen plans to have her divorced father all to herself in South Carolina; and Tibby the rebel will be left at home to slave for minimum wage at Wallman's. Over the summer the Pants come to represent the support of the sisterhood, but they also lead each girl into bruising and ultimately healing confrontations with love and courage, dying and forgiveness. Recommended for ages 12+
True Friends: The Carmen Browne Series (Stephanie Perry Moore) - Carmen Browne is a ten-year-old African-American girl beginning fifth grade. With her family moving to a new city, Carmen is anguished to give up her friends and comfortable home. As her family adapts to a new location, Carmen learns that finding new friends and fitting in is not easy. Part of her doesn't even want to try. Family issues become complicated when Carmen's brother learns he is adopted. Dealing with unpopularity, fitting in, and cultural differences are Carmen's issues in the first book of the Carmen Browne series. Recommended for ages 8-12.
Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? (Golden Books) - Clever aspiring detectives must track the elusive Carmen Sandiego as she and her thieving friends travel through time and try to steal such valuable treasures as a Ming vase, a Viking longboat, and an Aztec temple. Part of a popular series. Recommended for ages 9-12.
Famous People Named Carmen - Carmen Miranda (Brazilian singer/actress); Carmen Electra (real name is Tara Patrick); Carmen Kass (supermodel)
Famous People Who Named Their Daughter Carmen - Robert Plant (musician); Claudio Arrau (Pianist)
Carmen - We cannot find any historically significant people with the first name Carmen.